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Just an invitation to discussion. How do you guys organize your azure function solutions? Let's say there is only 1 function that is used like a WebJob/Windows Service to sync the data with time trigger. Do you create multiple projects within solution like it's usually done for e.g. REST API solutions? So for example create a separate Domain project with models, separate Logic project with services, separate API Client project for external HTTP service and so on? Does it make sense for azure functions? Or do you guys just structure with folders within single function project that's created by default (from azf template)? Not much about it on the Internet.

What I have tried:

Pluralsight and google so far :D
Updated 27-Oct-20 2:03am

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This isn't a QA question - as you say it's a discussion starter and QA is here for quick answers to specific problems. You should probably post this in a forum, where it's a lot more discussion based.

I'd be tempted to say this is a lounge question since it isn't programming and the "design and architecture" forum seems to be pretty quiet except for spammers: The Lounge[^]

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